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The Big-Mouthed Vietnamese – Part 2

Two Happy Buddhas

Two Happy Buddhas

Ok, so it’s not just me that has been the target of the big mouthed Vietnamese.  Yesterday, on two separate occasions, people called Dad “happy Buddha;” once at the market, when they were bargaining for something (not only did this lady called him happy Buddha, she also took one of the baguettes we had bought), and once at the restaurant, when he was going down the stairs:  “Be careful happy Buddha,” the waitress said.  Dad seems to find it pretty funny, which is good.


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  1. […] It,” “THE Buffet” (scrumptious pics of the best meal of our lives),  “The Big-Mouthed Vietnamese – Part 2,” our death defying “16-Hour Bus Trip to Cambodia,” and the stressful trip on the […]

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